thedailywhat: LNWJF Clip of the Day: On last night’s show, Jimmy summoned the living ghost of Neil Young once more (previously), and performed the most haunting ode to full-on Double Rainbows you will hear today, guaranteed. [lnwjf.]
Victorian Heterodox, Slang or Phrase of the Day
turnofthecentury: Argol-bargol. To have a row. May be argue turned into argol, from the old term ‘argil’, corrupted from ‘ergo’. The ‘bargol’ is a rhymed invention following a common habit. The whole term, however, is pervaded apparently by depreciation: —‘Well—well—d’yer want ter argol-bargol? - Passing English of the Victorian era - James Redding Ware (1909)
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Matt Smith Giraffe Shuffle
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